Danny Salemme is one of Screen Rant's News & Features Writers. Based in Brooklyn, NY, Danny studied Film at Full Sail University in Winter Park, FL, spent some time working in production on both the east and west coasts before refocusing his career towards entertainment journalism, studied Improv and Sketch Comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade in Manhattan, and manages a nerd-friendly Facebook group centered around cosplay and Doctor Who. Aside from Screen Rant, he also contributes to other sites like The Things and idk tonight. When he was 10-years-old, he dressed up as Mrs. Doubtfire for Halloween, and his two cinematic heroes just so happen to share the same first name (hint: their last names are Craven and Anderson). Follow him on Twitter @DannySalemme and check out some of his creative writing at dannysalemme.com.
Articles by Danny Salemme
Even though The Last Jedi managed to be an entertaining entry in Star Wars canon, it failed at being a solid sequel to The Force Awakens.
Even though we shouldn't judge a book by its cover, these superhero costumes leave plenty to be desired.
There isn't enough magic in the entire Harry Potter universe to make these jarring scenes easier to watch.
HBO's highly anticipated third season of True Detective, starring Mahershala Ali and Carmen Ejogo, won't premiere until 2019.
Following in the footsteps of Harry Potter and The Hunger Games, 2018 is taking the YA movie genre head on.
Jodie Whittaker has replaced Peter Capaldi on Doctor Who, and uncertainty takes center stage. What do we make of the new Time Lord?
Star Wars: The Last Jedi sees the new young heroes of the franchise emerge as leaders, which means that Star Wars 9 could introduce a new Jedi Order.
Get Out, The Shape of Water, and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri lead in nominations at the 2018 Annual SAG Awards.
The lack of LGBT representation in superhero movies is overwhelming, but maybe studios can take a chance on these characters to shake things up.
The 2018 Annual Golden Globe nominations are loaded with surprises and snubs, with films like The Shape of Water and The Post landing multiple nods.
The Shape of Water may be a huge critical success, but its production process nearly cost director Guillermo Del Toro his life.
The trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is a painful dud that with its poor CGI and misuse of Jeff Goldblum shows off many common sequel problems.